Last September my son was calling for me using cow call and bull grunts and brush breaks.
It was archery season and he called in about 45 inch bull.
For about ten minutes the bull kept advancing grunting and raking brush. He had a cow not far behind him.
He came within 47 yards, stopped and with his front hoof and full weight of his body, stomped on a three inch dead fall spruce which shattered with more noise than any human could make.
OK, his next move was nothing but silence he stood still for over a minute just looking in our direction and then slowly turned and walked back to his cow.
I would like Mark to give me an educated guess why he did this and if he ever witnessed a bull doing this, and if it ever happens again what would one do in response?
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